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    The Voice of Linkin Park

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    Voice of Linkin Park Over Linkin Park’s entire career, they have won over sixty awards ("Linkin Park Awards."). Their success was kick started by their debut album, Hybrid Theory, which contained massive radio hits (Leahey). Linkin Park went through many changes in order to get to where they are now. The band was eventually signed to Warner Bros and proved to be worth the investment. There are numerous ways to determine the quality and worth of a band and their success. Although Linkin Park faces few

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    Linkin Park and Their Story

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    Genre and Career Linkin Park’s specific genre varies from alternative rock, nu-metal, rap rock and a mixture of electronica that creates those unique sounds in their music. Their career started in 1996when band members Rob Bourdon, Brad Delson, and Mike Shinoda attended the same high school in California. After their high school graduation is when their band lineup was completed by picking up 3 more members which included Dave Farrell, Joe Hahn and their temporary lead singer at the time Mark Wakefield

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    Linkin Park is a new metal band from Los Angeles, California. It has been an active band since 1996. Their labels are Warner Brothers Records and Machine Shop Recordings. The six members are Chester Bennington, Mike Shinoda, Joseph Hahn, Brad Delson, Rob Bourdon, and Dave Farrell. Mike Shinoda and Brad Delson recorded the band's first material in 1996. The two had attended high school together, where they met the band's drummer, Rob Bourdon. Mike Shinoda hooked up with DJ Joseph Hahn while studying

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    Linkin Park is known by some people as a heavy metal band that later began making slower rock and roll music. Over time, their songs developed more lyrical meaning other than the heavy metal type of singing that they were sometimes known for. They went from heavy songs such as Given Up and later developed more meaningful tracks that included Burn it Down, which spoke of spiritual renewal. Furthermore, the band became more famous after their track ended up on a blockbuster movie. Linkin Park’s

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    Robert Frost’s Poem, Out, Out

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    poem into a one verse paragraph containing no stanzas. On the other hand, Linkin Park’s song “Waiting for the End” is a pop rock song, performed by an American rock band, which seems very unlike when compared to Frost’s poem. Although the creations of these pieces of art are created at different periods of time, they are similar in many ways. Robert Frost’s poem “Out, Out” and “Waiting for the End” by the band Linkin Park are similar in terms of theme, title, and imagery – yet these similarities

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    The Simple Gift, Numb, and The Matrix

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    Humans by nature, desire to have connections with other individuals in order to have a sense of self worth. Many factors contribute to these connections. The free verse novel The Simple Gift by Steven Herrick, the song Numb by Linkin Park and the film The Matrix all demonstrate that some people purposely disconnect themselves from having connections with other individuals because for them to connect they would first have to modify their personality, people’s life choices can hinder or assist them

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    Disconnection

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    it is somewhere that no one can bother them for the time being. I myself find comfort just lying in my bed staring at the ceiling and drifting off in thought. For artists though, they are able to find this comforting place in music. Blink 182, Linkin Park, and NAS are some of the famous artists that are able to disconnect from the world through their songs. They are able to get all of there thoughts out through music and the world has a chance to hear them. In NAS’ song "Hate me Now" he feels disconnected

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    Anyone who has worked within a group, will tell tales of harmless pranks, all the way to full blown shenanigans. Most office pranks consisting of hiding someone's chair, gluing a pencil to a desk or a coin to the floor. But when your work place isn't an office and your tools are not pencils, the work environment can quickly become a dangerous playground. The circus rolled into town, taking the longer route so as to best advertise their presence. It was a small community and having a circus visit

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    The Collected Works of Nicholas Cottrell Collected Works, Vol. 1 Disclaimer and Copyright Notice: All works within are copyrighted to Nicholas Cottrell, hereafter known as "the author". Unauthorized copying is prohibited. Each reader is authorized to make five (5) copies and distribute them in any manner as long as profit is not gained. This contains subject matter that you may find disturbing or inappropriate. Please do not read it if you think you may become offended. Table of Contents: 0.

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    In my life since I was 14 there has always been this boy, David. And I suppose most people would call him my first love. This is one of the many chapters of our story, and is in fact one of the most memorable days in my life so far. Because, this in particular chapter of my life is the start of us finally becoming something more than just one another's first love. I awoke so nervous that morning; nervous that like before you wouldn't come, nervous that my mother would hate you, nervous that you

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